LGBTQ+ Health

In 2016, the LGBTQ+ community was identified as a “health disparity population” by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, partly because individuals who identify as part of this group have less access to health care. Here are some resources, pro tips, and real-life stories to help you navigate your wellbeing; allies welcome.

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How Sarah McBride, the First Openly Trans State Senator, Plans to Bring Equity to Health Care

The Delaware lawmaker, elected last November, is the first openly trans state senator, and now the advocate-turned-politician is committed to making everyone feel seen and heard through her legislation. 

Elliot Page Tells Oprah Winfrey Why He Spoke Out About His Top Surgery: 'It Has Changed My Life'

"Children will die," Elliot Page tells Oprah Winfrey in his first on-camera interview about what would happen if transphobic laws are passed

Bisexual Erasure: What It Is, Why It’s a Threat to Health, and How to Put an End to It

The number of people in the US who identify as bisexual is increasing. But bisexuality continues to be overlooked and ignored, and that has consequences.
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